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Here is a list of various reviews and work we have done with other sites across the web.

1) MyKidsTime shared our collection of Sensory Boxes.

2) UKEdChat reviewed our blog in their 'Great Early Years Blogs' post. 
We were so happy and honoured to be included in this list.

"A super, growing blog with a plethora of practical activities, stories and ideas, including an ultimate guide to making play dough (scented play dough). Created by Amy Louise this is a great, illustrated blog which offers a fantastic resource for those wanting encouragement and inspiration. Certainly a blog to watch as it grows."
You can see more here.

3) We are very happy to say we are now a contributor writer for MyKidsTime as of October 2014. 

4) MyKidsTime
This month we put together a list of 8 Autumn Activities for Preschool aged children.

5) The Baby Centre.
A collection of 25 Small World Pretend Play Activities
The Baby Centre have featured our Little Red Riding Hood Post along with some other fantastic small world set ups from all different bloggers.

6) Adventures of Adam
A round up of 93 sensory activities from ice play to sensory bottles to sensory bags to shaving foam - Emma has done a fabulous round up of activities and a few of our activities are featured!

7) Something2Offer
Our 'Perfect Gift' Calendar has be shared in a round up of 'Fun and Simple Christmas Gifts Kids can Make'. A great list well worth a visit!

8) MyKidsTime
We have written a post on a Winter/Christmas Bucket List for Toddlers. Some fabulous ideas to check out!

9) The (Reformed) Idealistic Mom
Here we joined in with bloggers around the world to share with you our top parenting posts from around the web.

10) Building Blocks and Acorns
Today we have guest posted on Building Blocks and Acorns to commence their month of Rainy day play ideas. We shared our shaving foam painting activity today! The colours are beautiful! Was such a great activity to do! Be sure to check it out!

11) Red Ted Art
31 days of love began this week over on Red Ted and we were so excited to be taking part and guest posting over there! Red Ted is a blog we have been following for such a long time and one we have been very inspired by! Today we shared salt dough heart footprints -perfect for Valentines gifts and keepsakes.

12) And Next Comes L
Valentines on the Light table. A collection of activities and fun things to do and try on the light table. 2 of our activities are included in a 15 activity roundup. Well worth checking out!

13) In the Playroom
A collection of 10 snowy activities perfect for children. This post features our Frozen Sensory Bag.

14) Love Play and Learn
Top 10 Valentines Crafts for Toddlers. This round up features our Valentines Heart Footprints.

15) Messy Little Monster
Have done a collection of 15 Heart Gifts perfect for various times of the year. They feature our Valentine Footprints.

16) Bare Feet on the Dashboard
Top 10 Preschool activities for Valentines Day. A lovely collection and we are very pleased to have our homemade light box featured!

17) Baby Centre
Always excited to be featured on baby center! In this post we have two of our Valentines Activities shared - Valentines Sensory Soup and Heart Sensory Bag in a Valentines Sensory Round-up.

18) Baby Centre
Valentines Crafts to make with your babies and Toddlers. Our Salt Dough Footprint Keepsake has been featured!

19) Baby Centre
Looking for some fun activities for babies and toddlers to celebrate Chinese New Year? Be sure to head on over to Baby Centre to check some lovely ideas out! We are so please to have featured here with our Dragon Paintings perfect for Toddlers!

20) Totschooling
Have created a round up of 20 chinese new year crafts and activities for children. They have included our Chinese Dragon Art for Toddlers.

More to come very soon.
Learning Through Play
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